The Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy is a biannual publication of the UC Davis School of Law that addresses the unique concerns of youth in the American legal system.

Initially a product of the creativity and activism of a small group of King Hall students, called the Advocates for the Rights of Children (ARC), the Journal has evolved into a dynamic organization committed to providing practical and timely information about current juvenile, family, and educational law issues. The goal of the Journal is to provide a forum for discussion and to encourage community awareness and involvement in legal issues affecting youth.

Current Issue

Volume: 22 Issue: 2

Table of Contents
Subscription Information
Faculty List
Editors' Note
FInding Common Ground in Restorative Justice
Transforming Our Juvenile Justice Systems
by Mary Louise Frampton
Rehabilitation via Arbitrariness
Why Commitment as a Dispositional Option in Washington, D.C.'s Juvenile Justice System Should Be Abolished
by Natasha Tavora Baker
Recent Court Decisions and Legislation Affecting Juveniles